List members who do not subscribe to the Journal of Design History (OUP)
may be interested to learn what they are missing out on. Contents for the
latest issue are below.
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Table of Contents for Journal of Design History, Volume 14, Issue 4: 2001.
NP Maffei, pp. 253-255. Details:
Emergent technologies in menstrual paraphernalia in mid-nineteenth-century
Britain, A Al-Khalidi, pp. 257-273. Abstract:
Designing the electric body, C Thomas de la Pena, pp. 275-289. Abstract:
Designed for thrills and safety. Amusement parks and the commodification of
risk, 1880-1929, AP Mohun, pp. 291-306. Abstract:
Better legs. Artificial limbs for British veterans of the First World War,
M Guyatt, pp. 307-325. Abstract:
Streamlining breasts. The exaltation of form and disguise of function in
1930s' ideals, A Berney, pp. 327-342. Abstract:
Archives and collections. Dress for egress: The Smithsonian National Air and
Space Museum's Apollo Spacesuit collection, DN Lantry, pp. 343-359.
pp. 361-377. Details: